Originally Posted by jpegs13
I feel your pain, I'm a Jet fan through and through
At least Tebow found a home. Don't know if it'll be permanent, though. Great to see him being integrated into the offense.
Originally Posted by Shortspark
I moved to the Dallas area in 1975 and the Cowboys were tops back then and for many years after. I became a huge fan. Then the series of disappointments started. No team in history that I have followed has disappointed me more and caused me such frustration, regardless of the sport (except maybe the Sabres).
I did not like how Jerry Jones ran the team and the team itself lost its aura and inspiration. Despite some good years, it has never fully recovered and is no longer able to be called "America's Team". Although I still follow them as to whether they win or loose and of course I always hope they do well, I do not sit glued to the tv every time they play to cheer them on.
I am only a fair weather fan. When they win and go to the Super Bowl I am with them 100% but when they loose I keep my distance. I guess I have not been a "true fan" of the Cowboys for many years.
Hey, at least you're honest. I respect that.
Originally Posted by Skimmer0220
How about them 2-0 Eagles!!
Sent from space through a satellite
NFC East is suddenly competitive again. Vick, Manning and RGIII are doing a great job thus far. Vick is taking a horrific beating, however. Not sure if he's going to last through the entire season.
Originally Posted by 57BORNTORUN
GO LAKERS! No, wait. Wrong sport. GO DODGERS!
Originally Posted by detailgod
You wanna talk about being a true fan to your team. I gotcha all beat. I AM A CUBS FAN. And we all know how hard that has been over the last 100+ years. Lol
Originally Posted by ReflectiveAuto
The Seahawks handed it to them...Go Hawks!
Yep, you got that part right. Let's hope:
1. Seahawks can continue that success.
2. Da Boyz can rebound.
Hey, I know it sounds weird for a Cowboys fan, but I'm also following the progress of the Niners, Colts and Broncos. And thus far this season, many of the rookies have been turning in respectable numbers. Looks like this season may end up being called "The Year of the Rookies", or the "Class of "2012". But that's just my opinion.
Happy Detailing, everyone!